FACILITIES shared by Country Fire Service and State Emergency Service volunteers in Warooka are being upgraded. Local contractors have started work on a new kitchen area.
WAROOKA’S Orrie Cowie Merino Stud started 2019 with a bang at the Great Southern Supreme Merino Show and Sale, the first major event on the Merino show calendar, held in Canberra last month.
Huge YP animal sanctuary project officially launched
AN ambitious plan to re-wild southern Yorke Peninsula with locally-extinct animals has been unleashed.
A STATE government proposal to partner with the private sector to develop new nature-based tourism opportunities, including a plan for a tourism village within Innes National Park, is gaining momentum.
WHILE most people were under the shade trying to keep cool on Saturday, surf boat rowers were out on the water early as they made their annual pilgrimage across the gulf from Stansbury to Henley Beach.
ARDROSSAN’S Mike and Mary Osborne can finally call themselves Australians after a long battle to gain citizenship.
AS a little girl, Coobowie’s Cherry Farrow always wanted to appear on Hey Hey It’s Saturday as a comedian.
A FAMILY fishing trip to Innes National Park ended in tragedy when a 20 year old from Parafield Gardens drowned at Browns Beach on Saturday, January 19.
WAROOKA State Emergency Service volunteers have been handed the keys to a new Isuzu truck as part of the SES’s rollout of new vehicles to replace those more than 20 years old.